posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 01:55 AM
Originally posted by boondock-saint
Originally posted by harrytuttle
thousands and thousands of people would die on TV,
that is exactly what happened on 9/11
is it not ???
Yes, but not nearly the same way as this would go down - we (the nation) saw planes, buildings, explosions. We know people died, but we didn't "see"
The Superbowl is watched by hundreds of millions of people world wide, at the very beginning of the event.
Imagine when the gas is first released. There would be confusion at first as people began coughing uncontrollably. Panic would set in as the gas
spreads out in a rapidly growing ring that ripples through the crowd.
Game play would stop as people began screaming and the focus of the TV cameras shift from the field to the stands. The commentators fumble their
words as they can't process what it is that they are seeing, describing it at first as maybe "some commotion in the stands".
The horror begins as the realization dawns in viewers that people are dying right in front of their eyes. Dying in unspeakable ways, and in rapidly
growing numbers. The TV cameras zoom in for more detail - and then widen back out to a stadium full of panic.
And as the stampede begins, the cameras stop moving as the operators flee their posts, and within a few more seconds, the live feed goes offline and
switches to the Emergency Broadcast System....
Like I said boon, I hope to hell your concerns are unfounded.
edit on 1-2-2011 by harrytuttle because: word choice